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Along with, among other things...
- Her interview with The Paris Review
- “A brief survey of the short story: Jean Rhys” by Chris Power, Guardian.
- A review of her book Wide Sargasso Sea, a sort of prelude to Jane Eyre, in the Independent.
- A review in the Guardian of her short story collection, The Doll’s Alphabet, published by Fitzcarraldo.
- Interviews at The Culture Trip and Publisher’s Weekly.
- Her Shirley Jackson Award winning story “Waxy” from Granta
That one fundraising anthology of stories, interviews, poems, and other such called The Green Volume! which supports the Clarion Workshop.
Check it out on Gumroad. Pay whatever you want and get some good words in your eyeballs.
Other stuff of possible interest
- The Instagram account Murder She Wore.
- That one episode where we talked about cozy mysteries.
- That one episode where we talked about stories from Flannery O’Connor and Tamsyn Muir.
- This list from Buzzfeed which is a list of 29 literary magazines you need to be reading. I mean, of course, you don’t need to read literary magazines. You don’t need to do anything, really. Except maybe eat something now and then. And drink. Drinking is definitely a need. Also friction. Without friction everything ends up everywhere.
- From the New York _Times_in 2004. “Solitude and the Fortresses of Youth” by Michael Chabon
- That one book by Colin Wilson from whence I quoted Steppenwolf (the book, not the band) called The Outsider.
- A book on Tim Burton and Terry Gilliam and others, Masters of the Grotesque
- That one story by Petina Gappah, “A Short History of Zaka the Zulu”.
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